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... from our busy session touristing. The Kouri Heritage Trust was our first destination - all based around aboriginals and their lifestyles. Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances one of us spent this time siting in the toilets. After this we headed to the Post Office to speak to the least helpful woman I have met. (To save you some hassle, if you want to buy a travel cash card in Australia you can't, well at least you can't from the lady we spoke ...
... above where we standing as well and saw the same thing. It was a very creepy sight, particularly for two people who have hardly seen a bat before!
Driving back down the hill from this picnic area we managed to get great views across the city, so we pulled over and took some photos. As we snapped, we noticed a group of what looked like car enthusiasts, all with very similar cars and appearing to have just gone on a ride up the hill. This just reminded us even more ...
... and hats and really interesting
to see the fashion spectacle. Had our picnic on a nice bit of track-side lawn
with hundreds/thousands of fellow racing fans (about 100,000 attend on
Melbourne Cup Day) enjoying the manicured grounds and flowers that were
fantastic everywhere. Visited the bird cage for a close up look at the running
form for ourselves, you could almost reach out and touch the horses and then we
felt confident to put a couple of bets ...
... something like that. I must have took about 100 photos of the same thing but I just wanted to capture every moment. Stood on the top of a mountain at Halls Gap. The Grampians National Park was like standing on top of the world. I will never forget that sunrise. Once the sun had risen we headed down the valley and were greeted by 10s of wild kangaroos. To us foreigners they're such exotic creatures, but in reality they're one of the most common creatures you can find. There are ...
We arrived in Melbourne just after 10.00pm. Our son Christopher picked us up in his ute. All the luggage fitted into the back of his ute and luckily he has a bench seat in the ute so we all fitted comfortably in the front. Finally got home at 11.00pm where our house sitter Brendan was waiting for us with a nice bottle of red wine. (If any of you need a professional house sitter, Brendan is your man. I can provide his contact details)
We have had a ...